Coves de Campanet

They have an area of 3200 m² and a route close to 500 m. The visit passes through different galleries and spacious rooms. Which are located on the hill of Sant Miquel - at the Serra de Tramuntana -, in the North of Mallorca. It is a privileged valley that it maintains the charm of the island’s rural landscape.

The caves stand out for the delicacy and exuberance of their calcareous deposits in the form of stalactites and stalagmites, also called speleothems by geologists. A In addition to the rich natural ornamentation, various aspects have also attracted the attention of scientists and naturalists. For example, during the conditioning works of the caves there were fossil remains of Myotragus balearicus, a species of bovine endemic to Mallorca and Menorca, extinct about 4,000 years ago with the arrival of man on our islands.


Open every day from 10am. Closed December 25 and January 1.


You can buy our tickets at the box office for €17

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